On 6-19-17, Keith Humble was arrested on a warrant for failure to comply with the terms and conditions of community control (probation violation). The warrant was out of Holmes County. Humble, who was arrested at Woodlawn Circle, Howard, was transported to the Knox County Jail without incident.
On 6-17-17, an officer made contact with a complainant who said his residence was entered by force. The officer checked the residence and found no one inside. The complainant then entered the residence and found nothing missing after inspecting the premises. He stated that the only room messed up was a roommate's. The complainant stated he believes he knows who entered the residence.
On 6-16-17, an officer was dispatched to Johnsville Rd. at the Heart of Ohio Trail for a report of a theft from out of a vehicle. The complainant reported that while she and her two children were rollerblading on the trail, someone entered her car and stole $70 and an Amazon Fire tablet. There was no sign of forced entry and the complainant said she might have left the car unlocked, accidentally. The complainant filled out a statement form and a report was taken for the record.
On 6-11-17, a male came to the KCSO to report the theft of a 1986 Honda CT 110 trail bike and a 2008 Wildfire 1250-S scooter. The victim advised he was storing the cycles on a friend's property. The complainant had possession of the titles for the cycles but they had not yet been changed over to his name. Both cycles were entered into NCIC as stolen.
On 6-13-17, the complainant stated that he had removed his pontoon boat's fitted weather cover and stored it in a storage area of his dock. When he later went to put the cover back on the boat he found it missing from where he had stored it. A report was taken.